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Absolutely mind blowing! A million opportunities for use even when your not directly performing. (Bedroom, anyone? Heh, heh!) It boggles the brain!
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On 2010-07-30 11:16, daffydoug wrote:
Absolutely mind blowing! A million opportunities for use even when your not directly performing. (Bedroom, anyone? Heh, heh!) It boggles the brain!


Do yourself a favor if you come across the DVD Me, Myself and Irene, look at the deleted scenes there is one where Jim and Irene are in the bedroom ITs HIlarious, add this little gem to it and if it is a marriage or a one nighter lol it might just be your last...
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On 2010-07-30 05:01, Havens wrote:
Under age kids in America could use this to buy alcohol.

"Give me, a keg, of beer"


Nicely done. A classic scene.
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On 2010-07-30 11:16, daffydoug wrote:
Absolutely mind blowing! A million opportunities for use even when your not directly performing. (Bedroom, anyone? Heh, heh!) It boggles the brain!


I suppsoe you could use it in the bar for picking up goth chicks...
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I got to thinking: I wonder if they are going to offer this in different colors in the future? Such as red or yellow.) That would be awesome!

The ONLY thing that bothers me is that the life span of the product is only six months to a year. Since this is something that one will obviously use and perform for a lifetime, that means an extra expenditure of a nice chunk of cash every once or twice a year for the rest of your life! Ouch!!

(Also, I'm curious, what happens after the life span ends. Does the product simply wear out, disintegrate, fall apart, or what?) Why is it not possible to manufacture this so that it will last a lifetime under good care?
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I agree! I intend to use this for a long time! Is there some kind of system where we can get refills or will we have to pay $77.00 everytime our gimmmick runs out? And how will we know when it runs out?
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Inquiring minds want to know.
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Daffy you can understand the lifespan has end it'll wear out!
I've got mines the firstprototype been 3 years!
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So if it runs out we have to pay the full $80 again?
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On 2010-07-30 15:35, Berk.Eratay wrote:
Daffy you can understand the lifespan has end it'll wear out!
I've got mines the firstprototype been 3 years!


Well, actually I have never worn contacts of any kind, so I don't know ANYTHING about them, so in my mind I was thinking because of the natural lubrication of the eyes, there should be no friction, so in my mind I could not understand how they can wear out.

But three years sounds pretty great! I can live with that. (Especially compared to 6 to 12 months.) So the 6 to 12 month is a conservative estimate?
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I pre-ordered this as soon as I saw the demo. Then I thought 'contacts hmmmm, not so sure'. But there are so many possibilities with this my head is spinning. As a hobbyist, I'm very aware how difficult it is ( nigh impossible) to convince family of any potential 'powers'. My thought is to use this with Don Theo III's. wonderful Svenvelope. When attempting to 'read' the first word, go into a 'trance' ( cue eye change). Even though you 'fail' to get the word, the idea that 'something' happened to you whilst trying will be very strong, particularly if you feign no knowledge of exactly what has happened to you. A shake of the head followed by, ' wow, that felt strange', should do it. What do you all think?
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6 - 12 months is a conservative time span and understand if you do it every day all day the product will wear.. It's like anything use it a lot and it's life decreases.

We will have refills, different colours etc. But please understand the demand has to be high as we have to commission a large run in order to keep the cost down for our customers.

With care and educated handling the gimmicks will easily last a year but it totally depends on you and how you care for them.

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Marc,

I know this will be different for various individuals, but approximately how long will it take to train to do this?
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Totally depends on how much you train, the understanding of what needs to happen. Berk teaches various techniques ranging in difficulty, stage 1, 2 & 3. All are effective but all range in difficulty. Sorry to be vague but it's like learning a pass, some pick it up in minutes others hours and others days if not months.

I had a good understanding of the principle before the DVD shoot but we deliberatley kept the finer details until the actual shoot. I studied for a solid three days and still am perfecting the technique I want to master.

I think an average time span would be a week for the basics an hour a day. Then for the more advanced techniques at least a couple of weeks to a month.

The learning process is very rewarding though.

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So you have to learn to do some rather athletic things with your eyeballs (while they are closed) that they are just not accustomed to doing?
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More like muscles you havent trained before

Very much looking forward to this, I sense it will be rewarding to those that invest the time and effort needed to master the techniques. Berk I believe your taking it back to how it was and always should be...Congratulations
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This effect, coupled with THESE:

( http://www.vampfangs.com/Retractable-Vam......tfng.htm )

...will be KILLER!!
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On 2010-07-31 13:00, bobcam1 wrote:
This effect, coupled with THESE:

( http://www.vampfangs.com/Retractable-Vam......tfng.htm )

...will be KILLER!!


Bought a set of these when they came out and nah didn't work to well with me.
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More like muscles you havent trained before

Very much looking forward to this, I sense it will be rewarding to those that invest the time and effort needed to master the techniques. Berk I believe your taking it back to how it was and always should be...Congratulations


Kind of like learning the muscle pass with coins, eh?
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On 2010-07-31 13:00, bobcam1 wrote:
This effect, coupled with THESE:

( http://www.vampfangs.com/Retractable-Vam......tfng.htm )

...will be KILLER!!


As I said, the new D'lite...
I'm glad to hear you have to practise some time to mastering it.
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